Sunday 13th April 2014
This will be a useful early season ride that will enable riders to gauge their fitness level as they cycle around 150km through Wiltshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire with about 1400 metres of climbing. The route has been carefully selected to keep the riders interested and challenged by their surroundings, on decent road surfaces and with minimal traffic.
Sponsorship raised from this event will be donated to WaterAid (funds will be used to provide clean and safe water to those who most need it).
One route option –
“Start and finish at the Memorial hall in the village of Shrivenham, Wiltshire. Pass by four white horses: Uffington, Broadtown, Cherhill & Hackpen (Uffington White Horse is the oldest of all British chalk figures and dates back almost 3000 years).
Passing through Avebury which lies in the heart of the Wiltshire downs. The Avebury stones are thought to have been constructed in neolithic times (2700 BC to 2400 BC).
Enjoy beautiful views across the Lambourn & Marlborough downs along with other historical places such as the Saxon town of Cricklade and picturesque villages such as Hannington and Castle Eaton.”
- Waymarked route
- Electronic timing
- Feed stations
- Mechanical support
- Sag Wagon
- Food and drink at event centre
- Event photographer
The Memorial Hall
Website entry – Yes (entry webpage)